Buy My Book! (Please.)

I interrupt your regularly scheduled fitness blogging to bring you a super-awesome non-fitness announcement: my first novel is finished and available for purchase.

Last April, I sat down with a friend and started writing a steampunk serial novel. And yesterday, the fourth and final part went live on Amazon.

Nimbus: A Steampunk Novel (Part 4) - $2.99

Nimbus: A Steampunk Novel (Part 4) – $2.99

Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Eww, steampunk.” Either that, or “What the hell is steampunk?”

To both, I say, “I know, right?”

Steampunk is an interesting aesthetic with the cogs and steampower and airships, and typically, Austin and I don’t like it that much. And that’s exactly why we wrote Nimbus. We wanted to write steampunk for folks who don’t like steampunk.

So if a world of steam power, airships, and demon possession sounds awesome, you can snag all the whole novel of Nimbus (four parts) for your Kindle right now. Part One is just $0.99, and if you want it for free, you can read all of Part One on my other blog, Professor Beej, absolutely for free.

So if you’re looking for something awesome to read, I don’t think you can go wrong with Nimbus. But maybe I’m biased. 😉

B.J. Keeton

B.J. Keeton

B.J. is a geek, gamer, podcaster, and livestreamer. He has been the co-host of the Geek to Geek podcast since 2016, and he helped start the Geek to Geek Media Network. His biggest pet peeve is when someone spells Wookiee with only one E. One time, he told his friends he liked vegetables maybe more than he did Star Wars, and they made him put a dollar in the jar. That should tell you everything you need to know about him. Find him on Twitter as @professorbeej or on Discord as @professorbeej#1337.

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  1. rowan

    This may be premature, but is there a consolidated version of Nimbus?

    • B.J. Keeton

      Eventually, yes. We have plans for an omnibus that collects the four serial parts, but we’re not 100% on when we’ll be able to get that out. We are aiming for the summer, I think, but it’s not the first project on our list–we both have solo novels we hope to get out there before we revisit Nimbus.


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